Immediately after the explosion of a Russian missile in Wyszogród, we were at the scene with assistance. The missile was probably intended to destroy an electrical distribution station or a thermal power station. It destroyed the lives of dozens of families. Officially, 7 people died.
Tonight I was woken up again by the sound of the siren from the app still running in the background. Ukrainians must have gone down to the shelters. But this isn’t just the new normal. It’s not a routine you can get used to.
After each attack, to surface is to return to an increasingly difficult reality. One in which heat, water, light, the ability to contact loved ones and access to information about what to do next all start to disappear. We do not need to go down to the shelter. We do, however, need to keep helping Ukrainians to come out of it. This is what our humanity is about. Not being indifferent to the fact that someone is cold, someone is freezing and someone has nothing to eat. After all, Christmas is also about not being indifferent.
Let us not be indifferent! The Warm Package for Ukraine is a very tangible form of aid. A warm blanket, a sleeping bag, a cooker, a paraffin lamp, a high-energy meal. Join us! Let’s not be indifferent.